An Absinthe Verte is the most iconic representation of the Green Fairy. The color is achieved by adding special coloring herbs to the final distilled product. Vertes often have a higher alcohol degree to help maintain the green color.
One of our personal favorites: Absinthe Suisse Verte is the green brother of our famous Suisse La Bleue. A blend of the finest wormwood and 11 aromatic mountain herbs give this Absinthe its unique character. Learn More
Reflecting the authenticity of the Absinthe heritage: Absinthe Heritage Verte is distilled in France, according to traditional recipes. Its color is amber green, its louche intense and its taste creamy with a deep note of wormwood. Learn More
Absinthe Maison ALANDIA is distilled with 16 different herbs, including artemisia absinthium, artemisia pontica, green anise, veronica officinalis, angelica roots, fennel, and coriander seeds. Besides the complexity of the Absinthe recipe, a strong focus is put into the process of distillation. Learn More
In reference to the fabled era Belle Époque this Absinthe is distilled after a classic composition of 12 herbs, including wormwood, green anise, fennel, vanilla and calamus. Overall, this Absinthe is a wonderful sensual experience. Learn More
This is in our opinion the best Absinthe from the Jade Absinthe line from Ted Breaux. Jade Verte Suisse Absinthe has a very smooth taste, and the best green color in comparison to the other Jade Absinthes. Learn More
Absinthe Terminus Oxygénée plays homage to one of the most interesting Absinthes of the Belle Époque: Absinthe Oxygénée. This brand separated itself from its peers by a specialized hot oxygenation production process. Learn More
This Jade Absinthe claims to be a reproduction of the original Pernod Fils Absinthe from 1901. As this is hard to verify, our judgment focuses on the contemporary quality of this Absinthe. It is very good! Learn More
This Jade Absinthe has a spicy note. Edouard is the most extraordinary Absinthe from the Jade Absinthe line. We recommend it to Absintheurs, who already have tasted different Absinthe and appreciate the versatility of the World of Absinthe. Learn More
Absinthe La Faucille is distilled on a farm near the French-Swiss border, located in the small town Les Fourges. All botanicals appart from anise seed are cultivated on the farm own land. This gives maximum control over cultivation, which guarantees premium quality. This high-quality, small-batch Absinthe is the right choice if you appreciate the love and work that artisanale micro-distillers add to their products. Learn More
Absinthe Sans Frontières is distilled on a farm near the French-Swiss border. All botanicals appart from anise seed are cultivated on the farm own land. This gives maximum control over cultivation, which guarantees premium quality. Sans Frontières is less complex from its recipe, instead a focus is set on the taste of wormwood. Learn More
Absinthe Sauvage is a French Absinthe made by the Emile Pernot Distillery. Its French name, Sauvage, means wild or uncultivated and expresses the unique character of this fine Absinthe. It is exclusively distilled with wild-grown wormwood from the surrounding mountains of the distillery. Learn More
Absinthe Fleur d´Absinthe has a wormwood sprig in the bottle. This makes this Absinthe primarily unique but as well slightly bitter from its taste. Drink it wait one or two sugar cubes and the bitterness is deliciously covered. Learn More
This Absinthe was developed with the help of a distillers contest held by the German Absinthe Forum. Every Absintheur could send his "Hausgemachten" to a jury of experienced Absintheurs, and the winner was awarded with a distillation at the Eichelberger distillery. Learn More
Absinthe Francois Guy is the gold medal winner of the Absinthiades 2013. This Absinthe is a must try for every Absintheur as it sets the focus on green anise and wormwood. You can say Absinthe Francois Guy is like an Absinthe essence, focused without any fancy, modern interpretations. Learn More
Absinthe Francois Guy was the gold medal winner of the Absinthiades 2013. This Absinthe is a must try for every Absintheur as its recipe is focused on flavor-loaded green anise and wormwood from France (Pontarlier). Learn More
This Absinthe is something very special. It is distilled with 26! herbs. This gives this Absinthe an extreme complexity. If you already have some experiences with detecting different herbs in Absinthes, you will especially enjoy this Verte. Learn More
This is a limited edition green Absinthe from the Swiss Kuebler distillery. Normally Kuebler produces a La Bleue Absinthe, therefore this green Absinthe with 72% alc. by vol. is really something special. Learn More
This Absinthe is distilled in France. Absinthe Soixante Cinq has a wine alcohol base, which results in a fresh, fruity and lovely taste. Its Absinthe recipe is classic and the coloration is natural. When you are looking for a decent authentic Absinthe with a good price/quality ratio, this one is your choice. Learn More
The idea behind La Grenouille was to create an Absinthe with a fresh, Mediterranean connotation. It has a classic backbone of wormwood, green anise, fennel and hyssop, but is completed with lemonbalm for extra freshness and other unique southern herbs to achieve a warm, velvety character. Learn More
Absinthe Vieux Pontarlier is a Verte from France. The recipe consists of locally grown wormwood, Spanish green anise seed, Provençal fennel and a variety of further aromatic herbs and spices. Learn More
This Absinthe is one of the first Czech Absinthes that really can be called "Absinthe" not "Absinth". It is distilled after a traditional French recipe. The coloration is natural and the Absinthe has a nice melissa and veronica aroma. Learn More
White louche and a fine herbal taste (anice first of all, then, probably but not sure: fennel, lemon balm ... I've to discover if there's chamomile). Though I prefer a more dark green absinthe, this is undoubtly a must have! You don't even notice its 72°.
FOUR stars just as to my actual taste, but try it!
I love the belle epoque label!
I find this a more refined absinthe, compared to the few ones I tasted before, though I begin to appreciate a more rough taste, this is undoubtly excellent! A bit slow to louche and a great green color.
This gourmet absinthe is made by the small artisanal distillery La Semilla located at the French/Swiss border. All of the botanicals are locally grown except for the anise. It's a smooth, creamy absinthe with wormwood dominating the flavor. This has the best wormwood profile since the original Sauvage from several years ago. It truly is top quality AA. People new to absinthe may not appreciate this, but experienced absintheurs with find this to be connoisseur quality.
We really love this absinthe. The Moulin Vert has a classic French look and taste and the bouquet truly satisfies the palette. Must try for folks seeking a traditional, Belle Epoque-era styled French absinthe.
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